Kentucky Civil War Trail Lodging

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Kentucky's role in the United States Civil War was as important to the Union as it was to the Confederacy in determining the war’s outcome.

In addition to moral, strategic and political considerations, the Civil War truly divided families in Kentucky and so had a tremendous effect on its people. Kentucky offers visitors a significant and unique view on the War Between the States. Visit the links below for more information about Kentucky and the Civil War, and related destinations.

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Corner House Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 859-881-5229
Toll Free: 877-571-5777

Lexington (Nicholasville), Kentucky
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The Hill House Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 270-865-2300
Toll Free: 877-280-2300

Bardstown (Loretto), Kentucky
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Country Girl at Heart Farm B&B

Phone: 270-531-5276
Toll Free: 877-STA-4AYL
The Battle of the Bridge in Munfordville, Kentucky was a Civil War battle site re-enacted each year the second weekend of September during the county wide "Civil War Days Festival". Stay with us - perhaps in our themed "Patriot Room" - while you recapture the spirit of those tumultuous times where it was not uncommon for one Kentucky brother to fight for the Union, while the other headed off to fight for the Confederacy. Visit the Hart County Historical Society and take the walking trail.

Smiths Grove (Munfordville), Kentucky
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Aunt Polly's B&B

Phone: 270.312.3309


Hodgenville, Kentucky
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Bourbon Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn

Phone: 502-BOURBON
Toll Free: 844-4BOURBON

Bardstown, Kentucky
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1851 Historic Maple Hill Manor B&B and Alpaca & Llama Farm

Phone: 859-336-3075
Toll Free: 800-886-7546
Maple Hill Manor was used as a Confederate Encampment on several occasions and used a Field Hospital by the Union after the Battle at Perryville, KY's bloodiest Civil War Battle. This site is only 8 miles away - and open for tours and museum visits. Bardstown features 2 Civil War Museums and often hosts living Civil War Weekends during the Summer Months. Maple Hill Manor is also located on the John Hunt Morgan Trail - enjoy a self-guided tour! Lincoln Heritage abounds in this area as well.

Bardstown (Springfield), Kentucky
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Pinnacle View Inn

Phone: 859-986-0044

The Battle of Richmond Re-Enactment is the last week-end in August. The invading Confederate Army marched down Big Hill Road (US 421) and camped in a field with a spring nearby. We are 4 miles form the site of the first battle.

Richmond (Berea), Kentucky
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Cinnamon House B&B

Phone: 859-336-7367

Built by William Mc Cord, The Cinnamon House B&B is a wonderful addition to any Civil War buff's trip! Young Mc Cord was born in 1850, and his autobiography, kept here at the house, tells how he grew up on a nearby plantation with slaves as his dearest friends, rode his horse to witness the battle of Perryville (just a short drive away), interacted with both Union and Confederate generals riding through Springfield. A successful attorney, he brought the railroad to town and built this showplace!

Bardstown (Springfield), Kentucky
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